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Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Namibia To Use Farmers To Help Wildlife

This is an interesting plan.

Five species of game, namely, zebra, springbok, oryx, ostrich and eland will be translocated to the farms.

The ministry advertised for people to participate in the scheme in October last year, saying it recognised there were emerging commercial, resettled and communal farmers within the freehold land tenure system who were interested in developing a wildlife-based land use but did not have the capital to restock.

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